High – You can eat, do the laundry, look after pets and/or kids and stay in your PJ’s while you buy things.
Low – It encourages you to not go out and get any sunshine or exercise or any face-to-face communication with people.
High – If you really need time alone you don’t have to have any face-to-face communication with people.
Low – When you forget your log in details and choose ‘reset password’ and then forget that as well. Then try to set up another account, only for it to say ’email is already in use’.
High – When you get a little card on your door matt saying ‘Sorry we missed you’ and you see your lovely next door neighbour has taken it in for you.
Low – When you come home to find the posty has left your parcel ‘in a safe place’ which means it’s on public display in your tiny front garden.
High – To be able to compare brands and refine your search results, brings an afternoon of shopping down to an hour online.
Low – Late night impulse buys. Of course I will use this coffee cup holder which doubles as selfie stick!
High – Having access to speciality things such as certain foods or limited edition collectables or retro and vintage things that you can’t get on the high street.
Low – When you get clothing in your size but the silhouette is box-like, yet something else in your size imitates clingfilm, even though it looked an average fit on the model.
High – The little spy glass that lets you zoom right in on the details and the list of specs underneath the photo.
Lows – Buying black clothes and only noticing stealthy bows/slits/laces when you’re actually wearing the item
High – Feeling under the weather, having a chronic illness or not having access to viable transport but not needing to hunt and gather your stuff from all over town.
Which one’s do you identify with?
❤ Chrissie ❤